What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
The Stoic Philosophy of Seneca: Essays and Letters of Seneca
Lucius Annaeus Seneca
Limited preview - 1958
Other editions - View all
action Antiochus of Ascalon Arcesilas Aristotle Arrian assent Athens atoms attained attitude attributes belief Carneades cause Chrysippus Cicero Cleanthes composite bodies conceived conception corporeal things death Democritus desire Diogenes distinct divine doctrine duty Epictetus Epicurean Epicurus ethics evil existence external things false fear feeling finite follow Fragment gods Greek happiness Hence Heraclitus honour human iEnesidemus impulse infinite irrational judgment Kathekon knowledge later Stoics living logic Logos Lucretius Marcus Aurelius matter means ment mental mind moral motion never opinion pain Panaetius pantheism particular phenomena philosophy physical Plato pleasure Plutarch Posidonius preconception presentation principle pupil Pyrrho qualities rational realise reason recognised relation sage Sceptics Seneca sensation sense sensible Sextus Emp Sextus Empiricus Socrates soul Stoicism substance term theory thought tion true truth universe vicious emotion virtue virtuous void whole wisdom wise words Zeno Zeus